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Corpo Aereo Italiano in the Battle of Britain

One of the best documented episodes of the Battle of Britain captures the activities of Corpo Aereo Italiano when Regia Aeronautica had its forces stationed in Belgium. These forces were to assist the Germans in raids on targets on the Islands. It is not clear what the Italian High Command wanted to achieve by participating in this operation.
🕔︎ 24.10.2004 👁︎ 21.431

Gran Chaco I

The battles of Bolivia and Paraguay are among the largest on the continent of South America during the 20th century.
🕔︎ 28.08.2005 👁︎ 27.624

Gran Chaco II

Aerial battles of Bolivia and Paraguay over the jungles of Grand Chaco
🕔︎ 28.08.2005 👁︎ 20.696

Grand Chaco III

markings of Bolivian and Paraguayan air force aircraft from the time of the battles for Grand Chaco
🕔︎ 28.08.2005 👁︎ 24.151

Italian Air Force against Greece

Four months after Italy's entry into World War II, Italian troops launched the first major operation to occupy Greece (October 28, 1940 - April 22, 1941). Regia Aeronautica was able to show its potential here, given that the fighting in North Africa was not very intense and almost all aircraft were withdrawn from the Western Front.
🕔︎ 06.09.2004 👁︎ 21.735

Italian Air Force against Malta

Malta has been under British rule since the early 19th century, consisting of a group of islands called Gozo, Comino and Malta. Malta is located approximately 55 miles (90 km) south of Sicily. West of Malta are the 3 Italian islands of Pantelleria, Linosa and Lampedusa. When Italy entered World War II on June 10, 1940, Malta was surrounded by its territories.
🕔︎ 07.10.2004 👁︎ 25.405

Italian Air Force on the Eastern Front

An article describing the activities of the Regia Aeronautica from the beginning of the attack on the Soviet Union until their expulsion.
🕔︎ 06.09.2004 👁︎ 20.856

Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

Some aircraft have a special place in the history of aircraft and also has a dive bomber Junkers Ju 87 Stuka. When World War II began, this bomber was very successful, but by the middle of the war it was obsolete. To this day, it represents a symbol of Nazi terror during the Second World War. This article describes the characteristics and history of Stuka as well as its predecessor, the dive-bombing biplane Henschel Hs 123.
🕔︎ 21.09.2004 👁︎ 43.959

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25 Foxbat

The MiG-25 "Foxbat" was developed during the Cold War. During the 1950s and early 1960s, the United States built a number of heavy supersonic bombers that could attack the Soviet Union with nuclear bombs. The Soviet Union made an enormous effort to develop an aircraft capable of detaining American bombers. "Foxbat" was so surprised by American strategists with its design that they immediately signaled the development of a new generation of American fighters.

🕔︎ 12.10.2004 👁︎ 84.198

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-31 Foxhound

During the 1960s, the West increasingly focused on tactical attack tactics, which posed a great threat to the Soviet Union. This was the main reason for the development of the new aircraft. In 1968, the Soviet Union decided to continue developing the MiG-25. The new aircraft was to be much more efficient than the Foxbat. Mikoyan's design office first wanted to build a brand new aircraft with a delta wing or a wing with variable geometry ...
🕔︎ 12.10.2004 👁︎ 85.574

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